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van der Zwet, K. (author), Barros, A.I. (author), van Engers, T.M. (author), Sloot, P.M.A. (author)
Insurgency conflicts pose significant challenges to societies globally. The increase of insurgency conflicts creates a need to understand how insurgencies arise, and to identify societal drivers of insurgencies or effective strategies to counter them. In this paper, we analyze the contributions of computational modeling methods for the analysis...
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Loomans, M. (author), Kompatscher, K. (author), Huisman, E. (author), Kort, H. (author), Maassen, W. (author), Traversari, A.A.L. (author)
Humidification is not a common procedure in many buildings in the Netherlands. An exception are buildings used for healthcare, especially hospitals. There, e.g. in operating theatres, relative humidity (RH) generally is controlled stringently at levels around 50%. From an energy point-of-view humidification is an energy-intensive activity....
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Luo, J. (author), Moncada, J. (author), Ramirez, A. (author)
Incorporating (operational) flexibility into process design has been a key approach to cope with uncertainties. The increasing penetration of renewables and the need for developing new low-carbon technologies will increase the demand for flexibility in chemical processes. This paper presents a state-of the-art review focusing on the origin,...
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van Hees, S.G.M. (author), Carlier, B.E. (author), Vossen, E. (author), Blonk, R.W.B. (author), Oomens, S. (author)
Objectives: Common mental health problems (CMHP) represent a major health issue and burden to employees and employers. Under certain conditions work contributes to wellbeing and participation of employees with CMHP. Promoting work participation is important, however the specific conditions in which work participation occurs is complex and...
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Baltrusch, S. (author), Krause, F. (author), de Vries, A.W. (author), van Dijk, W. (author), de Looze, M.P. (author)
In this review we address the human in human robot collaboration (HRC). Although there are different hypotheses on potential effects of HRC on job quality, defined as the quality of the working environment and its effect on the employee's well-being, a comprehensive theory is still lacking. How does HRC influence job quality on an individual...
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Selberherr, E. (author), Grau, J.H. (author), Meixner, M. (author), Liere, K. (author), Ercolini, D. (author), de Filippo, C. (author), Caderni, G. (author), Brigidi, P. (author), Turroni, S. (author)
The core microbiome, which refers to a set of consistent microbial features across populations, is of major interest in microbiome research and has been addressed by numerous studies. Understanding the core microbiome can help identify elements that lead to dysbiosis, and lead to treatments for microbiome-related health states. However, defining...
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van Veen, M. (author), Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Schelvis, R.M.C. (author), Bongers, P.M. (author), Ket, J.C.F. (author), van der Beek, A.J. (author), Boot, C.R. (author)
Objective: For the general working population, robust evidence exists for associations between psychosocial work exposures and mental health. As this relationship is less clear for young workers, this systematic review aims at providing an overview of the evidence concerning psychosocial work factors affecting mental health of young workers....
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Kersten, A. (author), van Woerkom, M. (author), Geuskens, G.A. (author), Blonk, R.W.B. (author)
Purpose Current models of inclusive workplaces are primarily based on the perceptions of vulnerable workers, whereas attention for employer's perceptions is lacking. This scoping review addresses this issue by mapping the literature that covers employer's perceptions on the application and importance of organisational policies and practices...
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van de Pol, J. (author), van Braak, M. (author), Pennings, H.J.M. (author), van Vondel, S. (author), Steenbeek, H. (author), Akkerman, S. (author)
The pervasive phenomenon of adaptivity in face-to-face interaction is described inconsistently, using numerous concepts (e.g. lignment/attunement/complementarity/imitation/reciprocity/scaffolding/synchrony), impeding the streamlining of adaptivity research. We explored 33 adaptivity concepts and various adaptivity theories from different fields....
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Gilsing, R. (author), Turetken, O. (author), Grefen, P. (author), Ozkan, B. (author), Adali, O.E. (author)
Background: As a result of factors such as digitization and rapid technology change, organizations are compelled to innovate their business models at an accelerated pace. While the domain of business model innovation has focused on understanding and structuring the process of innovation, it offers limited guidance for evaluating business models...
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li Piani, T. (author), Weerheijm, J. (author), Sluys, L.J. (author)
Adobe is a traditional masonry made of sundried earthen bricks and mud mortar. Despite a millennial history of buildings of architectural value, adobe still connotes a so called ‘not engineered’ construction type. Namely, the material and structural properties of adobe are still not entirely addressed, resulting in an equally uncertain normative...
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Steen, M. (author)
Often, when I talk with people about my interest in ethical issues that are at play in social media or smart cities, people mention the issue of privacy. Or when we talk about big data and algorithms, they mention the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. In such cases, I often reply that indeed, privacy is important but that I am...
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Steen, M. (author)
Shannon Vallor’s ‘Technology and the Virtues’ is a book that we direly need. My hope is that people in various fields read it and that it can function as ‘a philosophical guide to a future worth wanting’, as its subtitle proposes. Now, why do we need this book? And why now?
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Oeij, P.R.A. (author), Dhondt, S. (author), McMurray, A. (author)
The scientific and non-scientific literature of workplace innovation is reviewed and categorised against the type of research and the level of analysis. A description is provided how the term workplace innovation is interpreted by authors who apply the term. For the distinguished categories of workplace innovation research the prominent...
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Alvarez, C.M. (author), Ligthart, T. (author)
PurposeThis literature review aims to present the current methodologies that have been developed to perform a social life cycle assessment (sLCA) and to display the main differences among them. In addition to that, to identify the nexus between sLCA and circular economy (CE) and to what extent this life cycle technique has been involved within...
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Patel, N. (author), Adelman, D.C. (author), Anagnostou, K. (author), Baumert, J.L. (author), Blom, W.M. (author), Campbell, D.E. (author), Chinthrajah, R.S. (author), Mills, E.N.C. (author), Javed, B. (author), Purington, N. (author), Remington, B.C. (author), Sampson, H.A. (author), Smith, A.D. (author), Yarham, R.A.R. (author), Turner, P.J. (author)
Background Eliciting doses (EDs) (eg, ED01 or ED05 values, which are the amounts of allergen expected to cause objective symptoms in 1% and 5% of the population with an allergy, respectively) are increasingly being used to inform allergen labeling and clinical management. These values are generated from food challenge, but the frequency of...
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Kuper, C.F. (author), Pieters, R.H.H. (author), van Bilsen, J.H.M. (author)
The thoracic and peritoneal cavities are lined by serous membranes and are home of the serosal immune system. This immune system fuses innate and adaptive immunity, to maintain local homeostasis and repair local tissue damage, and to cooperate closely with the mucosal immune system. Innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) are found abundantly in the...
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Austin, P.C. (author), White, I.R. (author), Lee, D.S. (author), van Buuren, S. (author)
Missing data is a common occurrence in clinical research. Missing data occurs when the value of the variables of interest are not measured or recorded for all subjects in the sample. Common approaches to addressing the presence of missing data include complete-case analyses, in which subjects with missing data are excluded, or mean-value...
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Oude Hengel, K.M. (author), Burdorf, A. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Peters, S. (author), Stokholm, Z. (author), Kolstad, H. (author), Schlünssen, V. (author), van Veldhoven, K. (author), Basinas, I. (author), van Tongeren, M. (author)
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Bourgonje, A.R. (author), Offringa, A.K. (author), van Eijk, L.E. (author), Abdulle, A.E. (author), Hillebrands, J.L. (author), van der Voort, P.H.J. (author), van Goor, H. (author), van Hezik, E.J. (author)
Significance: Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is one of the three main gasotransmitters that are endogenously produced in humans and are protective against oxidative stress. Recent findings from studies focusing on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), shifted our attention to a...
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